Storm: You could fly right over the torch.
Wolverine: Then let me go. If I don't make it, then at least you can still blast the damn thing!
Cyclops: All right, do it. Jean use your power, try to steady him.
Storm: Hang on to something.

Magneto: Why do none of you understand what I'm trying to do? Those people down there- they control our fate and the fate of every other mutant! Well, soon our fate will be theirs.
[Rogue screams for help]
Wolverine: You're so full of shit! If you're really so righteous, it'd be you in that thing.

Magneto: Why not come out where I can see you, Charles?
Prof. Charles Francis Xavier: What do you want her for?
Magneto: Can't you read my mind? What now? Save the girl? You'll have to kill me, Charles. And what will that accomplish? Let them pass that law and they'll have you in chains with a number burned into your forehead.
Prof. Charles Francis Xavier: It won't be that way.
Magneto: Then kill me and find out. Then release me. Fine!

Wolverine: That tickles.
Dr. Jean Grey: Hey.
Wolverine: Hey.
Dr. Jean Grey: How are you feeling.
Wolverine: Fantastic.

Toad has a wicked tongue, Senator. Just like you.

Magneto

Dr. Jean Grey: I saw Senator Kelly.
Magneto: So, the senator survived the fall, and the swim to shore. He's become more powerful than I imagined.
Dr. Jean Grey: He's dead. Just like all those people out there will be.
Storm: It's true. I watched him die.
Magneto: Are you sure you saw what you saw?

Senator Kelly: You're evading the real question. Three words: Are mutants dangerous?
Doctor Jean Grey: That's an unfair question, Senator Kelly. After all, the wrong person behind the wheel of a car can be dangerous.
Senator Kelly: Well, we do license people to drive.
Doctor Jean Grey: But not to live.

Hey, bub, I'm not finished with you yet.

Wolverine

Wolverine: Got any beer?
Bobby: This is a school.
Wolverine: So that's a no?
Bobby: Yeah, that's a no.
Wolverine: Well, do you have anything other than chocolate milk?

Nightcrawler: You know, outside the circus, most people were afraid of me. But I didn't hate them. I pitied them. Do you know why? Because most people will never know anything beyond what they see with their own two eyes.
Storm: Well, I gave up on pity a long time ago.
Nightcrawler: Someone so beautiful should not be so angry.
Storm: Sometimes anger can help you survive.
Nightcrawler: So can faith

Mutants are not the ones mankind should fear.

Dr. Jean Grey

Rogue: Logan, come on. Let's go.
Wolverine: Go, I'll be fine!
Rogue: But we won't.

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